Use Audio in WebEx Event Center

Document created by Cisco Documentation Team on Nov 12, 2015Last modified by Cisco Documentation Team on Sep 1, 2017
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WebEx Audio Overview

You can use your phone or your computer to hear and speak in a WebEx event:

  • Phone: You can use the Call Me service, if your site supports it, to receive a call from the event, or you can call in.

     


    Note


    This option typically provides good voice transmission, but may have a cost attached.


  • Computer: With a headset connected to your computer, you can join the audio portion of the event.

     


    Note


    This option sometimes causes noisy transmission, or an irregular voice stream, but has no cost attached.


  

Up to 1,000 participants can connect to the audio conference using WebEx Audio—500 using the phone and 500 using the computer to connect over the Internet. All 1,000 participants can speak.

You can switch between audio connection types with little or no listening interruption.

WebEx Audio Quick Reference Tasks

                               
      

Task

      
      

Action      

      
Connect to audio        

After you join the meeting:

         
  •           

    Click Call Me to have the meeting call you at any number, such as your work or home phone.

              

  •           

    Click I Will Call In to use your phone to call into the meeting.

              

  •           

    Click Call Using Computer to use your computer with a headset. Make sure it's plugged in first.

              

         


         

When you connect to audio, you see your previous audio connection method already selected. For example, if you previously used Call Me, the next time you use WebEx, you see a Call Me button with the last phone number you used.

        
        

Change the current audio connection

        
        
  1.           

    On the Quick Start page, select Connected to Audio           

              

  2.           

    Select Switch Connection           

               

    The Audio Connection dialog box appears.


              
  3.           

    Do one of the following:

               

    •             

      If you are on your phone, select Call Using Computer.

                  

    •             

      If you are on your computer, select Call Me or I Will Call In.

                  

              
        
         
  1.           

    Select Connected to Audio           

              

  2.           

    Select Disconnect Audio           

              

  3.           

    Under your previous audio connection method, select More Options           

              

  4.           

    Select Call me at a different number           

              

              

  5.           

    Enter or select the new number and select Call Me

              

        

Fine tune your microphone and speaker volume

        
        
  1.           

    On the menu, select Audio > Computer Audio Settings.

               

    The Computer Audio Settings dialog box appears.


              
  2.           

    Select Test to hear a sample of the current volume.

              

  3.           

    Move the sliders to adjust the volume.

              

        
        

Mute or unmute yourself and others

        
  1. View the mute options:

     

    • On Windows: Right-click in the Participants list.

       

    • On Mac: Ctrl+ click in the Participants list.

       

  2. You can do the following:

     

    • As host

       

      • To mute or unmute everyone but you, select Mute All.

         

      • To mute someone specifically, select Mute or Unmute.

         

                                
    • As a participant

       

      • Select the Mute or Unmute icon to mute or unmute your own microphone.

                                      

                  
        

Mute background noise

        
        

If you are joining the audio conference using your computer, use headphones or a computer headset instead of speakers to prevent feedback.

         

If background noise, such as typing or a barking dog, is detected from your microphone, you are prompted to mute it.

         


         

If you don’t ever want to be advised about background noise coming from your microphone, select Disable noise detection.

        
      

Ask to speak

            
      

Select Raise Hand on the Participants panel.

      

Cancel a request to speak

            
      

Select Lower Hand on the Participants panel.

      

Disconnect from audio

        
  1.           

    Select Connected to Audio.

              

  2.           

    Select Disconnect Audio.

              

 

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